HEC Paris PhD - The Impact Series (1)

March 2017

Graduates of the HEC Paris PhD Program make an Impact.

In the first installment  of the HEC Paris PhD Impact Series, we recognize the recent academic contributions  of six of our recent graduates: Tatiana Sokolova (HEC Paris PhD 2015, Marketing), Thomas Roulet (HEC Paris PhD 2013, Strategy), Samuel Touboul (HEC Paris PhD 2013, Strategy), Marco Clemente (HEC Paris PhD 2013, Strategy), Sebastien Stenger (HEC Paris PhD 2015, Organizational Behavior and Theory), and Marie Laclau (HEC Paris PhD 2012, Decision Sciences) and Lionel Paollela (HEC Paris PhD 2014, Strategy).

In the first installment  of the HEC Paris PhD Impact Series, we recognize the recent academic contributions  of six of our recent graduates: Tatiana Sokolova (HEC Paris PhD 2015, Marketing), Thomas Roulet (HEC Paris PhD 2013, Strategy), Samuel Touboul (HEC Paris PhD 2013, Strategy), Marco Clemente (HEC Paris PhD 2013, Strategy), Sebastien Stenger (HEC Paris PhD 2015, Organizational Behavior and Theory), and Marie Laclau (HEC Paris PhD 2012, Decision Sciences) and Lionel Paollela (HEC Paris PhD 2014, Strategy).

Many more to come!

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Paolella, L. and Sharkey, A.J. (2017) "Forging consensus: an integrated view of how categories shape the perception of organizational identity." Research in the Sociology of Organizations.

Paolella, L. and Durand, R. (2016) "Category spanning, evaluation, and performance: revised theory and test on the corporate law market." Academy of Management Journal, 59(1): 330-351.

Durand, R. and Paolella, L. (2013) "Category stretching: reorienting research on categories in strategy, entrepreneurship, and organization theory." Journal of Management Studies, 50(6): 1100-1123.

Roulet T., Gill M., Stenger S. & Gill, J. (Forthcoming) Reconsidering the Value of Covert Research: The Role of Ambiguous Consent in Participant Observation. Organizational Research Methods.

Shymko, Y. & Roulet, T. (Forthcoming – Summer 2017). ‘When does Medici hurt DaVinci? Mitigating the Signaling Effect of Extraneous Stakeholder Relationships in the Field of Cultural Production.’ Academy of Management Journal.

Shymko, Y. & Roulet, T. (August 2016). ‘When Corporate Philanthropy Makes the Recipients Look Bad’ Harvard Business Review.

Stenger, S. & Roulet, T. (Forthcoming) Pride against Prejudice? The Stakes of Concealment and Disclosure of a Stigmatized Identity for Gay and Lesbian Auditors. Work, Employment & Society.

Clemente, M. Durand, R. & Roulet, T. (2017) (alphabetical order). ‘The Recursive Nature of Institutional Change: An Annales School Perspective’. Journal of Management Inquiry, January 2017, 26(1) 17–31.

Roulet, T. & Clemente, M. In press. "Let’s Open the Media’s Black Box: The Media as a Set of Heterogeneous Actors and not only as a Homogenous Ensemble", Academy of Management Review [Dialogue].

Roulet, T., Gill, M. & Stenger, S. (2016). ‘Cloak-and-Dagger Organizational Research: Benefits, Ethics and Challenges of Covert Participant Observation’. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.

Roulet, T. (2015) ‘What Good is Wall Street? Institutional Contradiction and the Stigma over the Finance Industry’. Journal of Business Ethics, August 2015, 130(2), 389-402.

 Roulet, T. & Touboul, S. (2015) ‘The Intentions with which the Road is Paved: Attitudes to Liberalism as an Antecedent of Greenwashing.’ Journal of Business Ethics, 128(2), 305-320.

Clemente, M. & Roulet T. (alphabetical order) (2015) ‘Public Opinion as a Source of Deinstitutionalization: A ‘Spiral of Silence’ Approach’, Academy of Management Review, 40(1), 96-114.

Roulet, T. (2015). Qu’il est bon d’être méchant! Revue Française de Gestion, (3), 41-55.

Garrette, B., Kozan, A., & Roulet, T. (alphabetical order) (2014). Challenges at the bottom of the pyramid. Management International.

Marie Laclau. 2012. A folk theorem for repeated games played on a network, Games and Economic Behavior, 76 (2), 711-737.

Marie Laclau. 2013. Repeated games with local monitoring and private communication, Economic Letters, 120 (2), 332-337.

Marie Laclau. 2014. Communication in repeated network games with imperfect monitoring, Games and Economic Behavior, 87, 136-160.

Marie Laclau. 2017. Repeated games with public deterministic monitoring (with Tristan Tomala), Journal of Economic Theory.

Sokolova, Tatiana, and Aradhna Krishna.2016. Take It or Leave It: How Choosing versus Rejecting Alternatives Affects Information Processing, Journal of Consumer Research, December.

Schweinsberg, Martin, Nikhil Madan, Michelangelo Vianello, Sokolova, Tatiana... 2016 “The Pipeline Project: Pre-Publication Independent Replications of a Single Laboratory’s Research Pipeline”, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, March, 55-67.

Krishna, Aradhna, Luca Cian, and Tatiana Sokolova. 2016.“The Power of Sensory Marketing in Advertising”, Current Opinion in Psychology, August, 142-47.